06.19.2015 05:44 PM

This tweet is a big hit with politicians, apparently 

  

7 Comments

  1. Tired of it All says:

    With Wynne?

  2. Marc-André Chiasson says:

    New leader of the Pirate party? 🙂

  3. davie says:

    Tweets sometimes seem to me the electronic version of bumper sticker quickies. Bumper sticker quickies always made me think of people like La Rochefoucault and his maxims.
    I thought that robo calls and facebook creeping was ‘so 2011,’ but here we have the Conservative hq getting rid of a Liberal candidate by digging up some past facebook post by an apparently decent and contributing fellow. Of course, I trust that the 1st year poli sci student who found the facebook posting was not working on the public dime, but for the party.

    The post showed Caucasian man and woman with a negroid baby. The woman has a black eye. I guess the message is that they are a married couple, she has committed adultery and had a baby from that affair, and her spouse has socked her in the eye for that betrayal, and that it’s over and they are now both raising the child. There are a few sins against expectations suggested in the photo, the sin of today being domestic violence.
    When I look at what my grandkids and their peers do with high tech, and put into high tech, I think they have a little different take on what goes on the internet. They might see it differently than we older newsprint people do.

    I am a stranger to the twitterverse, so I might miss out a lot on this election campaign. Could be a fair number of other people who are not tweeting or texting – but do vote – will miss a few things as well.

  4. W the K - No, not Warren says:

    Are you entering the priesthood?

  5. MississaugaPeter says:

    Border Security?

  6. Wayne says:

    Sounds like something in the Aboriginal sphere.

  7. Gord says:

    Hard to feel that much sympathy for them. These are jobs they or their egos wanted so badly that they went and stood on someone’s doorstep and pestered them during dinner time to get them. If they didn’t have their eyes wide open going in, who’s fault is that? Besides, most of us get hassled at our jobs, work long hours and don’t spend as much time with family as we would like. We also get by on significantly lower wages, no gold-plated pension plans and don’t have the same opportunities any former MP does after we leave.

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